The Cabot Recreational Department is hosting a basketball skills camp July 28th through August 1st from 8 am until 12 pm. Kids can get free breakfast and lunch every day except Friday. Mike Jarvis, a basketball coach with ten years of experience, is the head coach. The camp cost is $25 and scholarships are available. Checks can […]
Having transformed into a professional soul-funk-rock band, Cabot High School's band has benefitted from Cabot's project-based learning environment, where they are problem solving, promoting themselves, and navigating the music business.
Elementary students learn to utilize the many features of our laptop computers, from word processing to sophisticated online searches.
Middle school students develop skills in teamwork and leadership as they participate in challenging initiatives.
Cabot fifth and sixth graders collaborate with high school SEED students to fill two vans with food donations for the Cabot/Walden Food Share distribution.
Cabot High School is proud to announce that it has been recognized as one of the best high schools in Vermont, according to U.S. News and World Report, which recently awarded it a bronze medal. Eight high schools in the state were named silver medal schools and seven were recognized as bronze medals schools. Follow the […]
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION – One very special and hard-working school custodian was chosen recently by the Vermont Agency of Education (AOE) and the Vermont School Custodians & Maintenance Association (VSCMA) as Vermont’s 2014 School Custodian of the Year. Peter Ackermann, the Transportation, Facilities, and Maintenance Coordinator at Cabot School, was honored at the VSCMA’s […]
Congratulations to the Class of 2014! Thanks to Lisa Celley for the photograph.
On June 8, 2013, one million handmade bones crafted by students, artists, and activists from around the world were laid on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. A striking symbol of our common humanity, these bones were made to honor those lost to genocides ad mass atrocities and those still fighting to survive them in […]
Thanks to the enormous support of the Cabot community, our high school students were able to make and sell about 280 lasagna dinners to benefit their June term experiences, two weeks of intensive elective courses. View Timothy Mueller-Harder's "Time Lapse Lasagnas" video here, and then check out the photographs from the first week of June […]
Read full story to access the Limes' fabulous new video featured on their Kickstarter page for details about how you can help fund the work of this extraordinary group! Here is an excerpt from that page. A 20-piece original alt-pop funk orchestra that redefines the concept of “school band.” In the fall of 2013, the Cabot […]
Lisa Dunlavey Spaulding asked Dave Schilling to speak at his memorial service on behalf of Dick's students and colleagues at Cabot School. Here's the text of Dave's eulogy. (Read full story to access it.) My name is Dave Schilling, and I've had the absolute honor of working with Dick at the Cabot School for the […]
We are deeply saddened by the death of Dick Spaulding, our teacher, colleague, mentor, and good friend. His absence will be felt deeply in our community. In the words of our elementary students, Dick: Loved us when we were good and when we were not so good Made a joke when he tagged us at […]
After months of preparation, Cabot School's Destination Imagination teams performed impressively at their Saturday, March 22 tournament, bringing home four new trophies and a special certificate award. With the only Rising Stars team at the tournament, Cabot School was in the spotlight at the opening ceremony. The third and fourth grade team came in third […]